Who were the vikings?

CLIENT

State Archaeology Department of Schleswig-Holstein (ALSH)

RESEARCH FIELD

TYPE

Print, Illustration

YEAR

2020–2023

COLLABORATION

DESCRIPTION

Print publication with illustrations for children that introduces the topic of Hedeby-Danevirke and the World Heritage in an age-appropriate way. Focuses on a hidden object picture on which historical facts and and the site today can be discovered.

In addition to the hidden object picture, large-scale motifs were designed and displayed on advertising pillars in Schleswig. With six historical personalities, the history of the World Heritage Site becomes alive again! Furthermore, motifs for postcards and posters were developed for the protection of historical monuments.

2023 update!

In 2023 we have published a completely revised hidden object picture. The new version contains significantly more figures, animals and tells many little stories. The focus is now exclusively on characters from the Viking era, and there is a detailed timeline on the back with the most important people, places and events in Hedeby and the Danevirke.

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First version

The first version of the hidden object, published in three languages, includes historical characters as well as people and stories from today.

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Large-scale posters and postcards

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